Post by ilovethenight on Sept 12, 2020 22:08:38 GMT
So this is going to be a super weird question for a forum such as this, but there aren't really many rockstars such as Buck that you can ask a question on the forum and (hopefully) get an answer. Other than me being a musician and being into (amazing) music, I'm also a huge fan of fragrances (I have a nice collection going on) and sometimes I'm wondering what my favorite musicians love to wear. You know I may be overthinking this and Buck may be a completely simple person who's not picky about a cologne or EDP / EDT. I personally imagine Buck being a person who wears a perfume or cologne with notes of leather, cherry, tobacco, bourbon, rose (manly gothic style) or maybe his cologne even goes somewhere towards the notes of vetiver, sea, salt (mainly because his songs come off to me like H.P. Lovecraft's gothic storms).
So my question for you Buck is, what fragrances do y'all rockstars wear?! Personally my go to is Lalique's Encre Noire because it makes me feel like a vampire sleeping in a dark mossy forest.
and yes, it's from a long time ago. From the BÖC FAQ : This reference is an inside joke on the America On-Line bulletin boards for BOC. It refers to a fan that unashamedly praises Buck Dharma as an individual on the BOC message board.
I happen to know this ironically. “Essence Of Burning Rubber”.
Saw it thru an open door in his dressing room once around 81. Weirdly a very large bottle I thought.
These guys are bad ass ILTN....
ILTN? WTF is that? Reading this thread reminded me of the Old Spice commercials of eons ago(Buck, I am not saying you use it), which reminded me of the Joe Namath/Farrah Fawcett Noxema ad. Before commercials evolved into plain old stupidiity.
ILTN, I don't know much about notes of leather or turnip or whatever. But I have noticed that fragrances are out of fashion these days compared to when I was young.
People have decided to take offense at all sorts of stuff these days and one thing is noticable smells on others. I have never minded perfume on women and cologne on men, except when overdone. I actually enjoy it. But it's rare these day to smell anything but body odor on people, and that's thankfully rare as well.
Perhaps since we have to wear masks, fragrances might make a comeback. It might have a practical purpose, to remind people to social distance. If you smell the cologne, you realize you're in range for the Covid.
My mom kept trying to convince me I needed to wear perfume for occasions. I relented eventually, wore some type of perfume whose name I have long since forgotten to a work Christmas party. I sneezed SO MUCH that night. Anyway, I don't wear perfume lol.
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